Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Nov. 5, 2005
Final Stats |
With his 240 yards, Jerome Harrison passed Shaumbe Wright-Fair (1,330, 1992) for second-place on the single-season rushing list with 1,550 yards...also marked his third 200-yard game of the season, tying Rueben Mayes' single-season record (1984), and sets a Cougar all-time record with four...now owns four of the top seven single-game rushing marks in WSU history.
Jerome Harrison's two touchdown runs on the afternoon were the 22nd and 23rd rushing touchdown of his career, tied for second all-time with Rueben Mayes (1982-85).
Jerome Harrison rushed for 240 yards, the 12th-straight game he has gone over the century mark tying the Pac-10 record set by California's J.J. Arrington last season...Harrison had 138 yards in the first half, the seventh time in nine games this season he has gone over 100 by intermission.
In ASU's first drive of the third quarter, the Sun Devils had an apparent touchdown reception overruled by replay, marking the first time this season a call had been overturned at Martin Stadium.
WSU's Jason Hill's third-quarter touchdown reception was the 24th of his career, extending his own school record...he also tied his own single-season school record with his 12th scoring reception this season.
WSU senior Alex Teems set a career-high with 11 tackles.
ASU running back Rudy Burgess threw a 43-yard touchdown pass to Derek Hagan for the game's first score...first time since Oct. 20, 2001 against Oregon State a non-ASU quarterback threw a TD pass for the Sun Devils (Justin Taplin 23 yards to Ryan Dennard).
The Sun Devils had two drives of 88 yards, both resulting in points...tied for longest ASU drive of the season.
ASU had 366 yards in the first half (308 passing/58 rushing)...second most in first half this season (343 passing/189 rushing for 532 vs. Northwestern).
R.J. Oliver's interception for ASU in the second quarter was the ninth of his career and first since the 2003 season opener against Northern Arizona...returned pick 100 yards for a touchdown against NAU.
With field goals of 19 and 33 yards, ASU's Jesse Ainsworth posted his first multiple field goal game this season.
With 10 catches, ASU's Zach Miller set a career high...finished with 98 yards and one touchdown.